I'm a typical middle child. I'm the mediator. The one that makes everything OK, puts their own needs aside to make sure everybody's happy. It's hard to change your nature, even with years and years of therapy.
People equate success with youth. And if you haven't had a certain amount of success by a certain time in your life, it's never going to happen. There's a fear about that. So people start lying about their age really young. I've never done that because I think it's so insignificant.
I like a movie that the audience actively has to participate in, and not just casually observe. Whatever my part in it, just as an audience member, I find that exciting.
I could never play the ingenue, the girl next door or the very successful young doctor. That would be a bore.
I love Polaroids and I have a Polaroid camera collection from the '50s.
It's very exciting to work with people who inspire you.
People can have so many ill-conceived ideas about me based on the parts that I play. I've had guys, when I've been single, come out of the woodwork to date me and I've found out very quickly that they were expecting some kind of whirlwind, some dramatic crazy person - and that's just not me.
You know, you really do choose your existence in a way.
I just don't plan things. I live a month at a time.
I just don't want to talk about my personal life. I feel like it's mine, I'm not trying to promote it. It's nice to have things that are your own, that you value enough that you don't have to use to sell a movie.
Acting for kids is like playing house, you know? But growing up in Hollywood, it just made it seem possible.
I don't really watch my moves all that often; I mean, really, I don't.
I don't want to play the same person twice, that's not why I wanted to act.
I hate parties. I don't like big crowded things.
I like a movie that the audience actively has to participate in and not just casually observe.
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